You Spoke Out, and They Listened: U.S. FCC Passes Strong Net Neutrality Rules
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You Spoke Out, and They Listened: U.S. FCC Passes Strong Net Neutrality Rules

Today the U.S. Federal Communications Commission listened to the more than 4 million voices who asked for the agency to protect the open net. But the fight isn't over yet.

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RightsCon Southeast Asia is just weeks away.
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RightsCon Southeast Asia is just weeks away.

Be prepared for the amazing sessions you can expect to see in Manila this year. And don't forget to get your tickets now!

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Access Spotlights the Hot Digital Rights Issues of 2015
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Access Spotlights the Hot Digital Rights Issues of 2015

2014 was a major year for digital rights, with some significant victories and some worrying setbacks. 2015 is poised to be no different. This year, we asked Access staff to spotlight the big digital freedom issues for 2015. And we’ll need your help in the fight for digital freedom around the globe.

Global Digital Rights Issues in 2015 »
Opt Out ≠ Log My Web History
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Opt Out ≠ Log My Web History

Are you a Verizon or AT&T customer? Then you’re probably being tracked. Take action now and urge the Federal Communications Commision and the Federal Trade Commission to investigate these privacy-killing programs.

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Transparency Reporting Index
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Transparency Reporting Index

Access launches transparency index featuring a record of reports from today’s leading internet companies and telcos.

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You Spoke Out, and They Listened: U.S. FCC Passes Strong Net Neutrality Rules

10:45am | 26 February 2015 | by Access Team

The last 100 days to pass surveillance reform

11:41am | 25 February 2015 | by Drew Mitnick

What we can learn from Lenovo’s Superfish and the government’s SIM card heist

6:00pm | 20 February 2015 | by Access Team

Dear U.S. FCC: Net Neutrality Rules Must Ban Zero Rating. Period.

9:51am | 20 February 2015 | by Josh Levy

U.S. eases sanctions on tech exports to Sudan

2:47pm | 19 February 2015 | by Ephraim Percy Kenyanito

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